The live-action version of 'Mulan', which had been postponed due to the new Corona, was delivered at Disney+ for 3200 yen.

The live-action movie `` Mulan '' was originally scheduled to be released in March 2020 (April in Japan), but due to the influence of the new coronavirus, the release was postponed several times, and finally September 4, 2020 ( It has been decided that it will be distributed to Disney+, a video streaming service, on Friday.

Mulan is heading to Disney Plus on September 4th for $30-The Verge

The live-action movie Mulan is a live-action version of Disney's feature-length animated movie Mulan , which was released in 1998. The protagonist, Fa Moulin , was played by Chinese actress Riu Yifei and several trailers have already been released.

A live-action trailer of the Disney movie ``Mulan'' released-GIGAZINE

The latest trailer of the live-action version ``Mulan'' in which the Disney heroine becomes a male soldier and devote himself to fighting different races and witches is released-GIGAZINE

A final trailer of Disney's live-action version ``Mulan'' where a girl hides and fights as a male soldier fighting out-GIGAZINE

The live-action version of 'Mulan' was originally scheduled to be released on April 17, 2020, but it was postponed to May 22 due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection. After that, it was postponed again to the public on September 4, but further postponement was decided on July 27, and the publication date was undecided. Then, on August 5, the movie release of the live-action version of 'Mulan' was canceled, and it was revealed that it will be distributed on Disney+, which is Disney's video streaming service, from September 4. The live-action version of 'Mulan' will be sold on Disney+ for $29.99 (about 3200 yen).

When an executive of Disney explained to the market analyst about Disney's settlement of accounts, he explained that he plans to distribute the live-action version of 'Mulan' on Disney+. Disney+ is an official Disney video distribution service that can be used for a monthly fee of 700 yen, but monthly users also have to pay an additional $29.99 to view the live-action version of 'Mulan'.

'We thought it was important to find another way to deliver Mulan in a timely manner,' said Disney CEO Bob Chapek. In addition, in countries where Disney+ is not available, it will be released at the theater from September 4, the same day as the distribution starts.

In addition, it was also revealed that Disney+, which will be delivered the live-action version of 'Mulan', has exceeded 60.5 million paid members worldwide. Disney+ had 54.5 million paid members at the beginning of May 2020, which had increased to 57.5 million by the end of June, and has increased to 60.5 million in about a month. It should be noted that the number of paying members of 60.5 million is said to have been a goal for Disney to reach five years after the Disney+ service started.

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